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Social distancing has become a priority for students and instructors at Clark College, as seen on Wednesday morning, June 24, 2020.

Clark College workers protest handling of budget deficit

Social distancing has become a priority for students and instructors at Clark College, as seen on Wednesday morning, June 24, 2020.

October 27, 2020, 6:40pm Clark County News

Clark College classified staff and the Washington Public Employees Association waved signs near Fourth Plain and Fort Vancouver Way today to protest the college’s handling of its budget deficit, including recommendations to cut classified staff and outsource jobs. Read story

Fourth Plain Church of the Nazarene pictured on an overcast Friday morning, October 23, 2020.

Church of the Nazarene hopes to pay for new building with sale of east Vancouver land

Fourth Plain Church of the Nazarene pictured on an overcast Friday morning, October 23, 2020.

October 27, 2020, 6:04am Business

Fourth Plain Church of the Nazarene looks to partner with a developer to build a 30-home subdivision on its property in east Vancouver. Read story

Kindergartner Phoenix Winmil, 5, wears a hat that says "I Love Kindergarten" as he tackles schoolwork on the second day of classes at Sifton Elementary School on Tuesday afternoon. Students are isolated to their own table rather than the typical arrangement of four students to one large desk. Students are also given their own sets of supplies that can be disinfected after class is over.

Clark County school districts will shift to in-person kindergarten

Kindergartner Phoenix Winmil, 5, wears a hat that says "I Love Kindergarten" as he tackles schoolwork on the second day of classes at Sifton Elementary School on Tuesday afternoon. Students are isolated to their own table rather than the typical arrangement of four students to one large desk. Students are also given their own sets of supplies that can be disinfected after class is over.

October 26, 2020, 1:12pm Clark County News

Nine Clark County school districts collectively agreed to offer in-person learning for kindergartners in the coming weeks. Read story

Andrea Bruno is the new president at the Humane Society for Southwest Washington.

New president of Humane Society for Southwest Washington has ambitious goals

Andrea Bruno is the new president at the Humane Society for Southwest Washington.

October 25, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

Andrea Bruno took the helm at the Humane Society for Southwest Washington in late September, filling the shoes of Stacey Graham, who retired after eight years of leading the nonprofit. Read story

Bennye Wright of Vancouver exits the car with the help of Connie Pickering of the Human Services Council as she arrives for her appointment at The Vancouver Clinic on Wednesday afternoon. Both demand for rides and the number of volunteer drivers have been reduced during the pandemic.

Pandemic restrictions hit Clark County seniors hard

Bennye Wright of Vancouver exits the car with the help of Connie Pickering of the Human Services Council as she arrives for her appointment at The Vancouver Clinic on Wednesday afternoon. Both demand for rides and the number of volunteer drivers have been reduced during the pandemic.

October 23, 2020, 6:02am Clark County Health

Connie Pickering volunteers at the Human Services Council, driving older adults to appointments around town in her Nissan Leaf. She noticed the number of ride requests fell during the pandemic, particularly when people weren’t able to attend medical appointments. Read story

Vancouver school board takes steps on equity

October 22, 2020, 6:04am Clark County News

The Vancouver Public Schools Board of Directors unanimously approved a resolution creating policy directives on equity and condemning racism at its Oct. 13 school board meeting. Read story

Meals on Wheels People seeks 500 volunteer chatters

October 20, 2020, 6:02am Clark County News

Meals on Wheels People seeks 500 volunteers to make calls to local homebound seniors on Thanksgiving as part of the nonprofit's Friendly Chats program. Read story

M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust details summer grant winners

October 20, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

The Vancouver-based M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust released its Summer 2020 Grants Report, which outlines $12.2 million in charitable giving around the Pacific Northwest including 22 grants totaling $4.7 million in Washington. Read story

Vancouver resident Sharon Grammar, right, drops off her ballot while elections worker John Waterbury collects ballots from an official ballot drop box near the Clark County Elections Office in downtown Vancouver on Saturday morning.

Elections workers collect first batch of ballots from Clark County drop boxes

Vancouver resident Sharon Grammar, right, drops off her ballot while elections worker John Waterbury collects ballots from an official ballot drop box near the Clark County Elections Office in downtown Vancouver on Saturday morning.

October 17, 2020, 6:34pm Clark County News

Clark County Elections Office worker John Waterbury unlocked the ballot drop box at West 14th and Esther streets and murmured: "Wow." Read story

Daniel Smith, left, a candidate for the 17th District Senate seat in the Legislature, and Gov.

Gov. Inslee campaigns for Daniel Smith’s bid in 17th Legislative District

Daniel Smith, left, a candidate for the 17th District Senate seat in the Legislature, and Gov.

October 17, 2020, 5:33pm Clark County News

Gov. Jay Inslee and political newcomer Daniel Smith held a Facebook live event Saturday morning touting Smith’s campaign for senator in the 17th Legislative District. Read story